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NEW BRUNSWICK WAGE REPORT 2003

Prepared for

Human Resources and Skills Development New Brunswick Region

and

New Brunswick Department of Training and Employment Development

March 1, 2004

Submitted by: Orion Marketing Research

PO Box 3181, Station B Fredericton, NB E3A 5G9 Telephone: (506) 450-6000

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In the spring of 2003, the New Brunswick Department of Training and Employment Development, Human Resources Development Canada - New Brunswick Region, the Prince Edward Island Employment Development Agency, and Human Resources Development Canada - Prince Edward Island Region commissioned the Small Business and Special Surveys Division of Statistics Canada to design and conduct an hourly wage rate survey for approximately 200 occupations in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. The survey was carried out by Statistics Canada in the summer of 2003 and resulted in the collection of wage data for 164 occupations in New Brunswick.

For New Brunswick, the main objective of the survey was to produce up-to-date statistical information on hourly wage rates for a subset of occupations in New Brunswick classified according to the 2001 National Occupational Classification (NOC) structure. Data was collected on starting wages with no experience, starting wages with experience, wages after one year, maximum wages, and the most frequently paid wage for both full-time and part-time workers in each occupation, at the provincial level and by the boundaries of the two former Employment Insurance regions in New Brunswick. The former Fredericton/Moncton/Saint John and Restigouche/Charlotte regions provide an urban/rural disaggregation.

To provide a complete picture of wages for each occupation, data was cross-tabulated by industry (using the Standard Industrial Classification, 1980, and North American Industry Classification System Canada, 1997) and by unionized/non-unionized workers. Using a Computer Assisted Telephone Interview system, data was collected from establishments in New Brunswick having six or more employees. The survey sponsors intend to use the information for analytical and program purposes, including the creation of occupational profiles.

This report contains hourly wage rate information for 164 occupations in New Brunswick, using the data collected for the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey. For further information, including unionized/non-unionized, part-time/full-time, urban/rural, industrial hourly wage rate disaggregations, please consult the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey online database located at the following websites:

Labour Market Information Products – Training and Employment Development:

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maximum hourly wage paid to New Brunswick workers in each occupation according to their employment experience. Wages are defined by the following categories: starting with no experience, starting with experience, after one year, the maximum paid, and the most frequently paid. Data is provided for the most frequently paid wage (the mean, the minimum, the maximum) for each New Brunswick occupation surveyed in 2003.

The number of survey observations (employers contacted) and its coinciding coefficient of variation (CV) are also provided for each occupation. The CV indicates the degree to which the wage data is statistically reliable or the degree to which this data accurately represents actual wages. A CV represented by the letter “A” indicates a very good statistical reliability, a CV of “B” represents a good reliability and a CV of “C” represents a good to poor reliability rating and should be used with caution.

The New Brunswick Department of Training and Employment Development and Human Resources Development Canada - New Brunswick Region would like to express sincerest thanks to all those who helped to make this product possible. In particular, Pierre Renault and Kelly Rodgers-Sturgeon of the New Brunswick Department of Training and Employment Development, Mary Hunter of the Prince Edward Island Employment Development Agency, and Diane Robertson of Human Resources Development Canada - Prince Edward Island Region.

For additional information, please contact

David W. Godfrey

Economist / Research Analyst Labour Market Analysis Branch

Training & Employment Development (TED) 470 York Street

P.O. Box 6000

Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 5H1

Tel: (506) 453-8236 Fax: (506) 453-3780 Email: david.godfrey@gnb.ca

Don Cochrane

Economist / LMI Coordinator

Strategic Policy Branch – NB Region Human Resources and Skills

Development Canada

495 Prospect Street E3B 9M4 P.O. Box 2600

Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 5V6

Tel: 506-452-4036 Fax: (506) 452-3145 Email: don.cochrane@hrdc-drhc.gc.ca

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Numerically by NOC

0111 Financial Managers ... 1

0112 Human Resources Managers ... 2

0114 Other Administrative Services Managers ... 3

0122 Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers ... 4

0213 Information Systems and Data Processing Managers ... 5

0311 Managers in Health Care ... 6

0611 Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers... 7

0621 Retail Trade Managers... 8

0631 Restaurant and Food Service Managers ... 9

0632 Accommodation Service Managers ... 10

0711 Construction Managers ... 11

0712 Residential Home Builders and Renovators ... 12

0713 Transportation Managers ...13

0721 Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers... 14

0911 Manufacturing Managers ... 15

1111 Financial Auditors and Accountants ... 16

1212 Supervisors, Finance and Insurance Clerks ... 17

1221 Administrative Officers ... 18

1225 Purchasing Agents and Officers... 19

1231 Bookkeepers ... 20

1232 Loan Officers... 21

1241 Secretaries (Except Legal and Medical) ... 22

1242 Legal Secretaries ... 23

1243 Medical Secretaries... 24

1411 General Office Clerks ... 25

1413 Records Management and File Clerks ... 26

1414 Receptionists and Switchboard Operators ... 27

1422 Data Entry Clerks ... 28

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Numerically by NOC

2173 Software Engineers... 41

2174 Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers ... 42

2211 Chemical Technologists and Technicians ... 43

2223 Forestry Technologists and Technicians... 44

2231 Civil Engineering Technologists and Technicians ... 45

2234 Construction Estimators ... 46

2241 Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians... 47

2242 Electronic Service Technicians (Household and Business Equipment) ... 48

2243 Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics ... 49

2253 Drafting Technologists and Technicians ... 50

2281 Computer and Network Operators and Web Technicians... 51

2282 User Support Technicians ... 52

3131 Pharmacists ... 53

3132 Dietitians and Nutritionists... 54

3142 Physiotherapists... 55

3151 Head Nurses and Supervisors ... 56

3152 Registered Nurses ... 57

3211 Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’ Assistants... 58

3222 Dental Hygienists and Dental Therapists ... 59

3233 Licensed Practical Nurses... 60

3411 Dental Assistants ... 61

3413 Nurse Aides, Orderlies and Patient Service Associates ... 62

3414 Other Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services ... 63

4112 Lawyers ... 64

4122 Post-Secondary Teaching and Research Assistants ... 65

4131 College and Other Vocational Instructors ... 66

4152 Social Workers ... 67

4153 Family, Marriage and Other Related Counsellors ... 68

4163 Business Development Officers and Marketing Researchers and Consultants ... 69

4166 Education Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers ... 70

4211 Paralegal and Related Occupations... 71

4212 Community and Social Service Workers ... 72

4214 Early Childhood Educators and Assistants ... 73

5124 Professional Occupations in Public Relations and Communications ... 74

5241 Graphic Designers and Illustrators ... 75

5244 Artisans and Craftspersons ... 76

5254 Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation and Sport ... 77

6211 Retail Trade Supervisors... 78

6212 Food Service Supervisors ... 79

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Numerically by NOC

6231 Insurance Agents and Brokers ... 81

6233 Retail and Wholesale Buyers ... 82

6241 Chefs... 83

6242 Cooks ... 84

6251 Butchers and Meat Cutters - Retail and Wholesale ... 85

6252 Bakers ... 86

6261 Police Officers (Except Commissioned) ... 87

6262 Firefighters ... 88

6271 Hairstylists and Barbers ... 89

6272 Funeral Directors and Embalmers ... 90

6411 Sales Representatives – Wholesale Trade (Non-Technical)... 91

6421 Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks ... 92

6431 Travel Counsellors ... 93

6435 Hotel Front Desk Clerks ... 94

6451 Maîtres d’hôtel and Hosts/Hostesses... 95

6453 Food and Beverage Servers ... 96

6471 Visiting Homemakers, Housekeepers and Related Occupations... 97

6482 Estheticians, Electrologists and Related Occupations ... 98

6611 Cashiers ... 99

6621 Service Station Attendants ... 100

6622 Grocery Clerks and Store Shelf Stockers ... 101

6641 Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations ... 102

6651 Security Guards and Related Occupations ... 103

6661 Light Duty Cleaners... 104

6662 Specialized Cleaners ... 105

6663 Janitors, Caretakers and Building Superintendents ... 106

6671 Operators and Attendants in Amusement, Recreation and Sport ... 107

6681 Dry Cleaning and Laundry Occupations ... 108 7212 Contractors and Supervisors, Electrical Trades and Telecommunications Occupations . 109

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Numerically by NOC

7272 Cabinetmakers ... 121

7294 Painters and Decorators ... 122

7295 Floor Covering Installers ... 123

7311 Construction Millwrights and Industrial Mechanics (Except Textile)... 124

7312 Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics ... 125

7313 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanics ... 126

7321 Automotive Service Technicians, Truck Mechanics and Mechanical Repairers ... 127

7322 Motor Vehicle Body Repairers ... 128

7335 Other Small Engine and Equipment Mechanics... 129

7351 Stationary Engineers and Auxiliary Equipment Operators ... 130

7371 Crane Operators ... 131

7381 Printing Press Operators ... 132

7411 Truck Drivers ... 133

7414 Delivery and Courier Service Drivers ... 134

7421 Heavy Equipment Operators (Except Crane)... 135

7441 Residential and Commercial Installers and Servicers ... 136

7452 Material Handlers ... 137

7611 Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers ... 138

7612 Other Trades Helpers and Labourers ... 139

7621 Public Works and Maintenance Labourers ... 140

8211 Supervisors, Logging and Forestry ... 141

8241 Logging Machinery Operators ... 142

8421 Chainsaw and Skidder Operators ... 143

8422 Silviculture and Forestry Workers ... 144

8431 General Farm Workers... 145

8611 Harvesting Labourers ... 146

8612 Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Labourers ... 147

8616 Logging and Forestry Labourers ... 148

9213 Supervisors – Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing ... 149

9215 Supervisors, Forest Products Processing ... 150

9422 Plastics Processing Machine Operators ... 151

9431 Sawmill Machine Operators ... 152

9433 Papermaking and Finishing Machine Operators ... 153

9435 Paper Converting Machine Operators... 154

9451 Sewing Machine Operators ... 155

9461 Process Control and Machine Operators, Food and Beverage Processing... 156

9463 Fish Plant Workers ... 157

9471 Printing Machine Operators ... 158

9493 Other Wood Products Assemblers and Inspectors ... 159

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Numerically by NOC

9614 Labourers in Wood, Pulp and Paper Processing ... 161

9617 Labourers in Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing ... 162

9618 Labourers in Fish Processing... 163

9619 Other Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities ... 164

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By Alphabetical Order

Accommodation Service Managers (0632)………..……..…... 10

Accounting and Related Clerks (1431) ……..………..….... 29

Administrative Clerks (1441) ………..……….……….… 33

Administrative Officers (1221) ……..………..………... 18

Artisans and Craftspersons (5244) ……..……….… 76

Automotive Service Technicians, Truck Mechanics and Mechanical Repairers (7321) …...… 127

Bakers (6252) ………..….….… 86

Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers (0122) ……...………... 4

Banking, Insurance and Other Financial Clerks (1434) ……….…. 32

Bookkeepers (1231) ……...……….…….… 20

Business Development Officers and Marketing Researchers and Consultants (4163) …….... 69

Butchers and Meat Cutters - Retail and Wholesale (6251) ……..………. 85

Cabinetmakers (7272) ……...……….. 121

Carpenters (7271) ……..……….. 120

Cashiers (6611) ……..………..……… 99

Chainsaw and Skidder Operators (8421) ……...……….. 143

Chefs (6241) ……...………..………… 83

Chemical Technologists and Technicians (2211) ……..………. 43

Civil Engineering Technologists and Technicians (2231) ……..……… 45

Civil Engineers (2131) ………..……… 38

College and Other Vocational Instructors (4131) ……...………. 66

Community and Social Service Workers (4212) ………..… 72

Computer and Network Operators and Web Technicians (2281) ……..……….. 51

Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers (2174) ………..……….. 42

Construction Estimators (2234) ………..……… 46

Construction Managers (0711) ……...……… 11

Construction Millwrights and Industrial Mechanics (Except Textile) (7311) ……..………. 124

Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers (7611) ………..……… 138

Contractors and Supervisors, Carpentry Trades (7215) ……… 110

Contractors and Supervisors, Electrical Trades and Telecommunications Occupations (7212) ……….……… 109

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By Alphabetical Order

Contractors and Supervisors, Mechanic Trades (7216) ……..……….. 111

Cooks (6242) ………..……….. 84

Crane Operators (7371) ………..……… 131

Customer Service Representatives – Financial Services (1433) ………..……… 31

Customer Service, Information and Related Clerks (1453) ……..………. 34

Data Entry Clerks (1422) ……...……….. 28

Delivery and Courier Service Drivers (7414) ……..………. 134

Dental Assistants (3411) ……...……….. 61

Dental Hygienists and Dental Therapists (3222) ………..……….. 59

Dietitians and Nutritionists (3132) ………..……… 54

Drafting Technologists and Technicians (2253) ………..……… 50

Dry Cleaning and Laundry Occupations (6681) ………..……… 108

Early Childhood Educators and Assistants (4214) ………..……… 73

Education Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers (4166) ………..………….. 70

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians (2241) ………...…….. 47

Electricians (Except Industrial and Power System) (7241) ………..………. 114

Electronic Service Technicians (Household and Business Equipment) (2242) ………..……... 48

Estheticians, Electrologists and Related Occupations (6482) …………..……… 98

Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers (0721) ………..……… 14

Family, Marriage and Other Related Counsellors (4153) …………..……… 68

Financial Auditors and Accountants (1111) …………..……… 16

Financial Managers (0111) …………...………..……… 1

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By Alphabetical Order

Graphic Designers and Illustrators (5241) ………..……….……… 75

Grocery Clerks and Store Shelf Stockers (6622) …………..………..… 101

Hairstylists and Barbers (6271) ………..… 89

Harvesting Labourers (8611) ………..……….…..… 146

Head Nurses and Supervisors (3151) …………..………..………..… 56

Heavy Equipment Operators (Except Crane) (7421) ………..……….……..… 135

Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics (7312) ………..………..…………..… 125

Hotel Front Desk Clerks (6435) ……..……….…..… 94

Human Resources Managers (0112) ………..………..… 2

Industrial and Manufacturing Engineers (2141) …………..………..…..… 39

Industrial Electricians (7242) ………..………..………..… 115

Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics (2243) ………..……… 49

Information Systems Analysts and Consultants (2171) ………..……… 40

Information Systems and Data Processing Managers (0213) …………..……… 5

Insurance Agents and Brokers (6231) ………..……… 81

Janitors, Caretakers and Building Superintendents (6663) ………...……… 106

Labourers in Fish Processing (9618) ……….……… 163

Labourers in Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing (9617) ………..……….……… 162

Labourers in Wood, Pulp and Paper Processing (9614) …………..……….……… 161

Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Labourers (8612) ………..……… 147

Lawyers (4112) ………...……… 64

Legal Secretaries (1242) …………..……..……… 23

Licensed Practical Nurses (3233) …………..……… 60

Light Duty Cleaners (6661) ………….……… 104

Loan Officers (1232) ………..………..……… 21

Logging and Forestry Labourers (8616) ……… 148

Logging Machinery Operators (8241) ………..….……… 142

Machinists and Machining and Tooling Inspectors (7231) ………..………..……… 113

Maîtres d’hôtel and Hosts/Hostesses (6451) ………...……… 95

Managers in Health Care (0311) ………..……….………… 6

Manufacturing Managers (0911) ………...……….……… 15

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By Alphabetical Order

Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’ Assistants (3211) ………...……..……… 58

Medical Secretaries (1243) ………...………..………… 24

Motor Vehicle Body Repairers (7322) ………...……… 128

Nurse Aides and Orderlies (3413) …………...………..……… 62

Operators and Attendants in Amusement, Recreation and Sport (6671) ………..……….…… 107

Other Administrative Services Managers (0114) ………..………..…… 3

Other Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services (3414) ………...……….… 63

Other Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities (9619) ………..………..…… 164

Other Small Engine and Equipment Mechanics (7335) ………...……….. 129

Other Trades Helpers and Labourers (7612) ………...……… 139

Other Wood Products Assemblers and Inspectors (9493) ………..………..… 159

Painters and Decorators (7294) …………...………..…… 122

Paper Converting Machine Operators (9435) ………..……… 154

Papermaking and Finishing Machine Operators (9433) ………..………..…… 153

Paralegal and Related Occupations (4211) ………...………..… 71

Payroll Clerks (1432) ………..……….… 30

Pharmacists (3131) ………..……… 53

Physiotherapists (3142) ………..……… 55

Plastics Processing Machine Operators (9422) ………..……… 151

Plumbers (7251) ……… 116

Police Officers (Except Commissioned) (6261) ………...……… 87

Post-Secondary Teaching and Research Assistants (4122) ………..………..…… 65

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By Alphabetical Order

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanics (7313) ………...……….……… 126

Registered Nurses (3152) ………...……… 57

Residential and Commercial Installers and Servicers (7441) ………..……….…… 136

Residential Home Builders and Renovators (0712) …………..……… 12

Restaurant and Food Service Managers (0631) ………...………..…… 9

Retail and Wholesale Buyers (6233) ………..………..… 82

Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks (6421) ………...………..…… 92

Retail Trade Managers (0621) ………..……….………… 8

Retail Trade Supervisors (6211) ………...……….…… 78

Sales Representatives – Wholesale Trade (Non-Technical) (6411) ………..………….……… 91

Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers (0611) ………..……… 7

Sawmill Machine Operators (9431) ………..……….……… 152

Secretaries (Except Legal and Medical) (1241) ………..……… 22

Security Guards and Related Occupations (6651) …………...………..…… 103

Service Station Attendants (6621) ………..………..……… 100

Sewing Machine Operators (9451) ………...……….……… 155

Sheet Metal Workers (7261) ………...……… 117

Shippers and Receivers (1471) ………..………...…… 35

Silviculture and Forestry Workers (8422) ………...………..………… 144

Social Workers (4152) ………...………..………… 67

Software Engineers (2173) ………...………..………… 41

Specialized Cleaners (6662) ………..……… 105

Stationary Engineers and Auxiliary Equipment Operators (7351) ……….………..… 130

Storekeepers and Parts Clerks (1472) ………..………...…… 36

Structural Metal and Platework Fabricators and Fitters (7263) ……..………..………… 118

Supervisors – Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing (9213) ……..………..…… 149

Supervisors, Finance and Insurance Clerks (1212) ………..……….…… 17

Supervisors, Forest Products Processing (9215) ………..……….……… 150

Supervisors, Logging and Forestry (8211) ………...……… 141

Technical Sales Specialists - Wholesale Trade (6221) ……..……… 80

Transportation Managers (7131) ……..……….……… 13

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By Alphabetical Order

Truck Drivers (7411) ……….……… 133 User Support Technicians (2282) ………..……… 52 Visiting Homemakers, Housekeepers and Related Occupations (6471) ………..……..……… 97 Welders and Related Machine Operators (7265) ………..……….……… 119 Woodworking Machine Operators (9513) ………..………..……… 160

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NOC – 0111 Financial Managers

Financial managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operation of financial and accounting departments. They develop and implement the financial policies and systems of establishments. Financial managers establish performance standards and prepare various financial reports for senior management. They are employed in financial and accounting departments in companies throughout the private sector and in government.

Example Titles:

Controller; Director of financial services; Director of accounting; Finance director; Manager - financial control; Manager - financial planning and analysis; Manager - internal audit services; Treasurer.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census1, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

930 $53,043 485 $59,341 440 $46,108

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0111 - Financial Managers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 17.62 $ 6.00 $ 35.75 42 B

Starting with Experience $ 18.00 $ 6.00 $ 38.00 50 B

After one year $ 19.98 $ 6.00 $ 39.01 51 B

Maximum $ 26.40 $ 7.14 $ 164.84 51 B

Most Frequently Paid $ 23.94 $ 6.00 $ 164.84 51 B

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Procedures are followed to ensure that the statistical data in Census products cannot be associated with a particular individual or individual company. A statistic will be suppressed if the number of data items needed to calculate the statistic is smaller than the rounding base of a particular table (in most instances either 5 or 10), therefore the statistic will not be reported.

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NOC – 0112 Human Resources Managers

Human resources managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of human resources and personnel departments, and develop and implement policies, programs and procedures regarding human resource planning, recruitment, collective bargaining, training and development, occupation classification and pay and benefit administration. They represent management and participate actively on various joint committees to maintain ongoing relations between management and employees. Human resources managers are employed throughout the private and public sectors.

Example Titles:

Administrator, human resources; Manager, employer-employee relations; Manager, employment equity - human resources; Manager, human resources; Manager, industrial relations; Manager, occupational health and safety; Manager, pay and benefits; Manager, personnel; Manager, personnel services; Manager, personnel training and development; Manager, recruiting; Manager, staff relations.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census2, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

510 $52,176 255 $57,256 255 $47,100

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0112 - Human Resources Managers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 19.37 $ 8.00 $ 28.85 9 B

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NOC – 0114 Other Administrative Services Managers

This unit group includes managers who plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate departments responsible for corporate governance and regulatory compliance, records management, security services, admissions and other administrative services not elsewhere classified. Also included in this unit group are managers responsible for departments involved in two or more of the following activities: finance, human resources, purchasing computer systems or administrative services. Managers in this unit group are employed throughout the public and private sector.

Example Titles:

Business manager, non-profit organization; Chief, administrative services; Inventory control manager; Manager, administrative services; Manager, security; Manager, support services; Records administrator; Regional administrative manager.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census3, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

465 $48,183 255 $54,812 210 $40,063

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0114 - Other Administrative Services Managers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 14.63 $ 8.00 $ 31.25 38 B

Starting with Experience $ 15.88 $ 8.98 $ 39.56 41 B

After one year $ 16.68 $ 9.00 $ 39.56 41 B

Maximum $ 19.62 $ 9.48 $ 43.96 41 B

Most Frequently Paid $ 18.17 $ 9.48 $ 39.56 41 B

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Procedures are followed to ensure that the statistical data in Census products cannot be associated with a particular individual or individual company. A statistic will be suppressed if the number of data items needed to calculate the statistic is smaller than the rounding base of a particular table (in most instances either 5 or 10), therefore the statistic will not be reported.

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NOC – 0122 Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers

Banking, credit and other investment managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of financial establishments or operational departments within such establishments, or credit departments in industrial and commercial establishments. They oversee business development and manage overall performance in accordance with established strategic directions and policies. Banking managers are employed by banks, trust companies and credit unions. Credit managers are employed by credit departments in department stores, utility companies, car dealerships, insurance companies or other industrial or commercial organizations. Other investment managers are employed by credit card companies, consumer loan companies, mutual fund investment firms, mortgage investment companies or other financial establishments concerned with extending loans and financing and investments.

Example Titles:

Bank manager; Collection centre manager; Commercial banking manager; Corporate banking centre manager; Credit manager; Credit union manager; Manager, banking operations; Manager, credit card center; Manager, personal services - banking, credit and investment; Mortgage and consumer credit manager; Operations manager, credit card company; Regional collection manager; Trust company manager.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census4, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

1,015 $47,953 470 $60,486 545 $37,370

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0122 -Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers

Hourly Estimates

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NOC – 0213 Information Systems and Data Processing Managers

Computer and information systems managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of organizations that analyze, design, develop, implement, operate and administer computer and telecommunications software, networks and information systems. They are employed throughout the public and private sectors.

Example Titles:

Computer systems manager; Data centre manager; Data processing director’ EDP (electronic data processing) manager; Information systems manager; Manager, data processing and systems analysis; Manager, management information system (MIS); Manager, software engineering; Software development manager; Systems development manager.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census5, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

665 $59,474 480 $62,562 190 $51,583

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0213 - Information Systems and Data Processing Managers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 15.66 $ 7.00 $ 31.25 15 B

Starting with Experience $ 17.08 $ 7.22 $ 33.65 16 B

After one year $ 17.98 $ 7.22 $ 33.65 16 B

Maximum $ 21.90 $ 7.22 $ 45.67 16 B

Most Frequently Paid $ 20.38 $ 7.22 $ 40.87 16 B

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Procedures are followed to ensure that the statistical data in Census products cannot be associated with a particular individual or individual company. A statistic will be suppressed if the number of data items needed to calculate the statistic is smaller than the rounding base of a particular table (in most instances either 5 or 10), therefore the statistic will not be reported.

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NOC – 0311 Managers in Health Care

This unit group includes managers who plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the delivery of health care services, such as diagnosis and treatment, nursing and therapy, within institutions that provide health care services. They are employed in hospitals, medical clinics, nursing homes and other health care establishments.

Example Titles:

Chief of anesthesia; Chief of emergency medicine; Chief of medical staff; Director, home care services; Director, rehabilitation services; Director of clinical medicine; Director of dietetics; Director of laboratory medicine; Director of nursing - medical services; Director of occupational therapy; Director of physiotherapy; Director of surgery; Medical clinic director; Mental health residential care program manager.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census6, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

600 $43,389 150 $53,747 455 $40,158

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0311 - Managers in Health Care

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 17.20 $ 6.00 $ 27.00 28 B

Starting with Experience $ 17.65 $ 6.00 $ 27.55 32 B

After one year $ 18.33 $ 6.00 $ 28.11 33 B

Maximum $ 20.41 $ 6.00 $ 30.26 33 B

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NOC – 0611 Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers

Sales, marketing and advertising managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of establishments and departments involved in commercial, industrial, wholesale and e-business sales, marketing, advertising and public relations. They are employed by commercial, industrial and wholesale establishments, marketing and public relations consulting companies and by government departments.

Example Titles:

Advertising director; Corporate sales manager; Director, communications; Director, media relations; Director, public relations; E-commerce manager; Fundraising campaign manager; Internet communications manager; Marketing manager; Promotions manager; Regional sales manager; Sales and marketing manager; Web communications manager; Web marketing manager.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census7, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

2,005 $52,178 1,505 $54,980 495 $43,333

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0611 - Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 14.87 $ 7.31 $ 29.01 37 B

Starting with Experience $ 16.07 $ 7.31 $ 31.26 39 A

After one year $ 17.12 $ 7.31 $ 32.79 40 A

Maximum $ 20.01 $ 7.31 $ 43.59 40 B

Most Frequently Paid $ 18.27 $ 7.31 $ 38.46 40 A

7

Procedures are followed to ensure that the statistical data in Census products cannot be associated with a particular individual or individual company. A statistic will be suppressed if the number of data items needed to calculate the statistic is smaller than the rounding base of a particular table (in most instances either 5 or 10), therefore the statistic will not be reported.

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NOC – 0621 Retail Trade Managers

Retail trade managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of establishments that sell merchandise or services on a retail basis. Retail trade managers are employed by retail sales establishments or they may own and operate their own store.

Example Titles:

Antique dealer; Assistant manager – retail; Bookstore manager; Car dealership manager; Clothing store manager; Department store manager; Pleasure boat dealer; Service station manager; Sporting goods store manager; Store manager – retail; Supermarket manager; Travel agency manager; Variety store manager.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census8, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

7,535 $30,861 4,500 $36,390 3,040 $22,632

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0621 - Retail Trade Managers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 11.86 $ 6.00 $ 34.86 66 A

Starting with Experience $ 12.48 $ 6.00 $ 36.60 71 A

After one year $ 13.34 $ 6.00 $ 38.36 73 A

Maximum $ 16.42 $ 6.00 $ 55.68 73 A

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NOC – 0631 Restaurant and Food Service Managers

Restaurant and food service managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of restaurants, bars, cafeterias and other food and beverage services. They are employed in food and beverage service establishments, or they may be self-employed.

Example Titles:

Assistant manager, restaurant; Banquet manager; Bar manager; Cafeteria manager; Catering service manager; Dining room manager; Food services manager; Hotel food and beverage service manager; Restaurant manager; Restaurateur.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census9, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

2,280 $24,136 945 $29,549 1,335 $20,162

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0631 - Restaurant and Food Service Managers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 8.80 $ 6.00 $ 16.41 46 A

Starting with Experience $ 9.77 $ 6.00 $ 16.92 52 A

After one year $ 10.58 $ 6.00 $ 17.50 53 A

Maximum $ 12.81 $ 6.00 $ 23.08 53 A

Most Frequently Paid $ 11.30 $ 6.00 $ 20.00 53 A

9

Procedures are followed to ensure that the statistical data in Census products cannot be associated with a particular individual or individual company. A statistic will be suppressed if the number of data items needed to calculate the statistic is smaller than the rounding base of a particular table (in most instances either 5 or 10), therefore the statistic will not be reported.

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NOC – 0632 Accommodation Service Managers

Accommodation service managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of an accommodation establishment or of a department within such an establishment. They are employed by hotels, motels, resorts, student residences and other accommodation establishments, or they may be self-employed.

Example Titles:

Assistant manager, hotel; Bed and breakfast operator; Front desk manager; Guest-house operator; Hotel director; Hotel manager; Motel manager; Reservations manager; Seasonal resort manager; Ski resort manager; Tourist home operator.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census10, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

655 $23,714 245 $28,176 405 $21,038

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0632 - Accommodation Service Managers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 13.19 $ 6.00 $ 33.04 12 C

Starting with Experience $ 14.10 $ 6.00 $ 33.04 12 C

After one year $ 15.30 $ 6.35 $ 34.14 12 B

Maximum $ 17.96 $ 9.00 $ 42.17 12 C

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NOC – 0711 Construction Managers

Construction managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of a construction company or a construction department within a company, under the direction of a general manager or other senior manager. They are employed by residential, commercial and industrial construction companies and by construction departments of companies outside the construction industry.

Example Titles:

Commercial construction manager; Construction manager; Construction superintendent; General contractor; Housing construction manager; Industrial construction manager; Pipeline construction manager; Project manager, construction; Residential construction manager.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census11, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

975 $46,279 935 $46,911 45 $32,459

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0711 - Construction Managers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 15.92 $ 8.00 $ 31.00 17 B

Starting with Experience $ 16.64 $ 9.00 $ 31.00 21 B

After one year $ 17.94 $ 10.00 $ 32.00 21 B

Maximum $ 21.17 $ 13.00 $ 36.00 21 B

Most Frequently Paid $ 18.62 $ 11.00 $ 31.00 21 B

11

Procedures are followed to ensure that the statistical data in Census products cannot be associated with a particular individual or individual company. A statistic will be suppressed if the number of data items needed to calculate the statistic is smaller than the rounding base of a particular table (in most instances either 5 or 10), therefore the statistic will not be reported.

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NOC – 0712 Residential Home Builders and Renovators

Residential home builders own, operate and manage companies engaged in the construction of new residential homes. Residential home renovators own, operate and manage companies engaged in the renovation of existing residential homes.

Example Titles:

Contractor, home renovation; Contractor, residential homes; Home builder; Home renovator; Renovation contractor; Residential home builder.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census12, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

300 $28,135 275 $29,190 0 $0

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0712 - Residential Home Builders and Renovators

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 9.82 $ 8.00 $ 14.00 9 B

Starting with Experience $ 11.54 $ 8.00 $ 18.00 9 B

After one year $ 10.49 $ 9.00 $ 18.00 9 C

Maximum $ 12.78 $ 12.00 $ 18.00 9 B

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NOC – 0713 Transportation Managers

Transportation managers, operations plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of transportation companies such as railways, airlines, bus lines, municipal transit systems, shipping lines and trucking companies, under the direction of a general manager or other senior manager. Transportation managers, freight traffic plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate companies or departments responsible for the transportation and movement of goods, under the direction of a general manager or other senior manager. They are employed by transportation, freight forwarding and shipping companies and by transportation departments of companies in retail and manufacturing sectors and utilities.

Example Titles:

Bus company manager; Flight operations manager; Freight forwarding manager; Marine superintendent; Railway freight manager; Superintendent, rail operations; Traffic manager; Transport department manager; Transportation manager; Urban transit system manager.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census13, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

560 $57,724 495 $61,583 65 $28,807

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0713 - Transportation Managers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 12.72 $ 6.50 $ 19.23 11 B

Starting with Experience $ 14.67 $ 8.00 $ 21.37 13 B

After one year $ 15.72 $ 11.00 $ 21.63 13 A

Maximum $ 20.90 $ 14.11 $ 30.00 13 B

Most Frequently Paid $ 19.25 $ 10.00 $ 30.00 13 B

13

Procedures are followed to ensure that the statistical data in Census products cannot be associated with a particular individual or individual company. A statistic will be suppressed if the number of data items needed to calculate the statistic is smaller than the rounding base of a particular table (in most instances either 5 or 10), therefore the statistic will not be reported.

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NOC – 0721 Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers

Facility operation managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of commercial, transportation and recreational facilities. Facility operation managers are employed by a wide range of establishments, such as airports, harbours, canals, shopping centres, convention centres, warehouses and recreation facilities. Maintenance managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the maintenance department within commercial, industrial, institutional, recreational and other facilities. Maintenance managers are employed by a wide range of establishments, such as office buildings, shopping centres, airports, harbours, warehouses, grain terminals, universities, schools and sports facilities, and by the maintenance and mechanical engineering departments of manufacturing and other industrial establishments.

Example Titles:

Airport manager; Arena manager; Campus maintenance manager; Chief, maintenance support services: Facility operations manager; Harbour master; Head, facilities maintenance; Maintenance manager; Mechanical services superintendent; Plant maintenance superintendent; Recreational facility manager; Shopping mall manager; Superintendent, maintenance and service; Warehouse manager.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census14, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

1,000 $38,756 900 $39,569 105 $31,918

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0721 -Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

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NOC – 0911 Manufacturing Managers

Manufacturing managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of a manufacturing establishment or of a production department within a manufacturing establishment, under the direction of a general manager or other senior manager. They are employed by manufacturing companies.

Example Titles:

Automobile production manager; Clothing factory manager; Dairy plant manager; Distillery manager; Factory superintendent; Foundry manager; Manufacturing manager; Operations manager, manufacturing; Plant manager, manufacturing; Printing plant manager; Production manager, manufacturing; Textile mill manager; Tire plant manager.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census15, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

1,340 $52,928 1,185 $55,482 150 $33,017

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 0911 - Manufacturing Managers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 15.98 $ 8.00 $ 37.47 33 B

Starting with Experience $ 17.09 $ 6.00 $ 39.06 43 B

After one year $ 18.47 $ 6.00 $ 41.42 44 B

Maximum $ 20.71 $ 6.00 $ 48.08 44 B

Most Frequently Paid $ 19.54 $ 6.00 $ 48.08 44 B

15

Procedures are followed to ensure that the statistical data in Census products cannot be associated with a particular individual or individual company. A statistic will be suppressed if the number of data items needed to calculate the statistic is smaller than the rounding base of a particular table (in most instances either 5 or 10), therefore the statistic will not be reported.

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NOC – 1111 Financial Auditors and Accountants

Financial auditors examine and analyze the accounting and financial records of individuals and establishments to ensure accuracy and compliance with established accounting standards and procedures. Accountants plan, organize and administer accounting systems for individuals and establishments. Articling students in accounting firms are included in this unit group. Financial auditors and accountants are employed by auditing and accounting firms throughout the private and public sectors, or they may be self-employed.

Example Titles:

Accountant; Certified general accountant (CGA); Certified management accountant (CMA); Chartered accountant (CA); Chief accountant; Corporate controller – accounting; Financial auditor; Income tax expert; Industrial accountant; Internal auditor.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census16, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

2,615 $41,544 1,215 $52,277 1,395 $32,113

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 1111 - Financial Auditors and Accountants

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 12.81 $ 8.00 $ 41.21 37 A

Starting with Experience $ 13.78 $ 9.53 $ 41.21 40 A

After one year $ 15.33 $ 9.53 $ 46.70 41 A

Maximum $ 20.48 $ 9.53 $ 54.95 41 B

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NOC – 1212 Supervisors, Finance and Insurance Clerks

Supervisors in this unit group supervise and co-ordinate the activities of workers in the following unit groups: Accounting and Related Clerks (1431), Payroll Clerks (1432), Customer Service

Representatives - Financial Services (1433), Banking, Insurance and Other Financial Clerks (1434) and Collectors (1435). They are employed by banks and other financial institutions, insurance companies, and by other establishments throughout the private and public sectors.

Example Titles:

Accounts payable supervisor; Accounts receivable supervisor; Bank clerks supervisor; Billing supervisor; Bookkeeping supervisor; Collection supervisor; Credit supervisor; Payroll supervisor; Savings supervisor; Supervisor of accounting; Supervisor, claims adjusters; Supervisor, customer service representatives.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census17, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

390 $34,925 80 $46,330 310 $31,917

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 1212 - Supervisors, Finance and Insurance Clerks

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 10.68 $ 9.00 $ 13.81 5 A

Starting with Experience $ 12.58 $ 10.00 $ 15.90 6 B

After one year $ 13.67 $ 10.50 $ 18.44 6 B

Maximum $ 17.14 $ 12.87 $ 23.71 6 B

Most Frequently Paid $ 15.08 $ 12.00 $ 23.71 6 B

17

Procedures are followed to ensure that the statistical data in Census products cannot be associated with a particular individual or individual company. A statistic will be suppressed if the number of data items needed to calculate the statistic is smaller than the rounding base of a particular table (in most instances either 5 or 10), therefore the statistic will not be reported.

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NOC – 1221 Administrative Officers

Administrative officers oversee and implement administrative procedures, establish work priorities and co-ordinate the acquisition of administrative services such as office space, supplies and security services. They are employed throughout the private and public sectors.

Example Titles:

Access to information and privacy officer; Administrative officer; Administrative services co-ordinator; Co-ordinator, office services; Forms management officer; Liaison officer; Office administrator; Office manager; Planning officer; Records analyst - access to information; Requirements officer – military; Surplus assets officer; University admissions officer.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census18, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

3,165 $31,032 600 $43,155 2,560 $28,117

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 1221 - Administrative Officers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 11.67 $ 6.00 $ 23.50 108 A

Starting with Experience $ 12.65 $ 6.00 $ 30.22 117 A

After one year $ 13.47 $ 6.00 $ 31.13 121 A

Maximum $ 16.28 $ 6.12 $ 47.01 121 A

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NOC – 1225 Purchasing Agents and Officers

Purchasing agents and officers purchase general and specialized equipment, materials and business services for use or for further processing by their establishment. They are employed throughout the public and private sectors.

Example Titles:

Contract management officer; Contracts officer; Material management officer; Procurement officer; Purchaser, furniture and furnishings; Purchasing agent; Purchasing officer; Supply officer, government.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census19, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

405 $32,358 260 $35,385 140 $26,864

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 1225 - Purchasing Agents and Officers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 12.45 $ 7.00 $ 20.33 26 B

Starting with Experience $ 13.66 $ 8.00 $ 26.44 27 B

After one year $ 14.55 $ 8.50 $ 30.00 28 B

Maximum $ 18.39 $ 8.58 $ 35.00 28 B

Most Frequently Paid $ 16.28 $ 8.58 $ 35.00 28 B

19

Procedures are followed to ensure that the statistical data in Census products cannot be associated with a particular individual or individual company. A statistic will be suppressed if the number of data items needed to calculate the statistic is smaller than the rounding base of a particular table (in most instances either 5 or 10), therefore the statistic will not be reported.

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NOC – 1231 Bookkeepers

Bookkeepers maintain complete sets of books, keep records of accounts, verify the procedures used for recording financial transactions, and provide personal bookkeeping services. They are employed throughout the private and public sectors, or they may be self-employed.

Example Titles:

Accounting bookkeeper; Bookkeeper.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census20, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

2,225 $20,651 200 $31,740 2,025 $19,561

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 1231 - Bookkeepers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 9.60 $ 6.00 $ 18.45 176 A

Starting with Experience $ 10.63 $ 6.00 $ 25.00 190 A

After one year $ 11.39 $ 6.00 $ 25.00 195 A

Maximum $ 13.59 $ 6.00 $ 26.44 195 A

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NOC – 1232 Loan Officers

Loan officers examine, evaluate and process credit and loan applications. They are employed by banks, trust companies, credit unions and similar financial institutions.

Example Titles:

Credit officer; Loan officer; Mortgage officer.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census21, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

615 $33,363 160 $42,978 455 $30,114

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 1232 - Loan Officers

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 12.85 $ 10.77 $ 16.80 36 A

Starting with Experience $ 13.84 $ 10.77 $ 21.54 38 A

After one year $ 14.59 $ 11.38 $ 21.54 38 A

Maximum $ 19.66 $ 14.26 $ 28.10 38 A

Most Frequently Paid $ 15.66 $ 12.82 $ 23.08 38 A

21

Procedures are followed to ensure that the statistical data in Census products cannot be associated with a particular individual or individual company. A statistic will be suppressed if the number of data items needed to calculate the statistic is smaller than the rounding base of a particular table (in most instances either 5 or 10), therefore the statistic will not be reported.

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NOC – 1241 Secretaries (Except Legal and Medical)

Secretaries perform a variety of administrative duties in support of managerial and professional employers. They are employed throughout the private and public sectors.

Example Titles:

Executive secretary; Private secretary; Secretary; Technical secretary.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census22, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

7,250 $21,421 115 $18,061 7,135 $21,473

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 1241 - Secretaries (Except Legal and Medical)

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 10.25 $ 6.00 $ 25.64 113 B

Starting with Experience $ 10.85 $ 6.34 $ 25.64 120 A

After one year $ 11.45 $ 6.34 $ 27.56 122 A

Maximum $ 13.20 $ 6.34 $ 27.56 122 A

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NOC – 1242 Legal Secretaries

Legal secretaries perform a variety of secretarial and administrative duties in law offices, legal departments of large firms, real estate companies, land title offices, municipal, provincial and federal courts and government.

Example Titles:

Legal secretary; Litigation secretary; Real estate secretary.

The following table contains data from a custom tabulation of the 2001 Census23, Experienced Labour Force 15 years and over in New Brunswick by Gender & Detailed Occupation, showing the level of employment & average employment income by gender for the year 2000.

Both Sexes Males Females

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

Employed Avg. empl. Income

790 $22,890 0 $0 785 $22,630

The following table reports data from the 2003 New Brunswick Wage Survey.

NOC 1242 - Legal Secretaries

Hourly Estimates Employment

Average Minimum Maximum

Count CV Code

Starting No Experience $ 9.49 $ 8.00 $ 11.54 15 A

Starting with Experience $ 10.22 $ 8.00 $ 12.80 16 A

After one year $ 10.67 $ 9.00 $ 12.80 16 A

Maximum $ 15.73 $ 9.09 $ 26.44 16 A

Most Frequently Paid $ 13.10 $ 9.09 $ 18.00 16 A

23

Procedures are followed to ensure that the statistical data in Census products cannot be associated with a particular individual or individual company. A statistic will be suppressed if the number of data items needed to calculate the statistic is smaller than the rounding base of a particular table (in most instances either 5 or 10), therefore the statistic will not be reported.

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